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14:32

LifeStyle

How to differentiate between symptoms of flu and Covid-19

RAQUEL MERINO

...idea to look at the differences between these three conditions, to help us determine which is which. Coronavirus symptoms The World Health Organization (WHO) says the most normal symptoms of Covid-19 are fever, a dry cough and tiredness. Other, ... passages, and while some people with Covid-19 might get a headache, with flu it is very usual. People with flu also have muscular pains, alternate between feeling hot and cold and can have a red face, vomiting and diarrhoea. The symptoms happen all at

15:01

Sport

Nadal through to French Open semis but Carreño crashes out

ENRIC GARDINER

Rafael Nadal is the favourite to win yet another French Open, after progressing to the semi-finals without any great difficulty throughout the tournament so far. The Spaniard saw off Italian Jannik Sinner (world number 75 and debutant at Roland Gar

16:09

Local

Top court in Spain confirms 12 equity release mortgages were illegal

sur in english

Spain's Supreme Court has upheld earlier judgements that 12 mortgages sold by a British company were illegal. The mortgages, mostly taken out by Britons in Malaga province between 2004 and 2007, totalled six million euros. The equity release

11:54

Local

Former British consul in Malaga Mike Bartram dies, aged 83

Rachel Haynes

Michael Anthony Bartram, British consul in Malaga between 1990 and 2000, died in the city’s Hospital Regional on Tuesday morning. The retired diplomat fell ill just a day after arriving with his family from the UK on Saturday to spend some time in

11:38

LifeStyle

The Río Padrón recording studio, a pioneer in online concerts

JOSÉ MARÍA MARTÍN

...his son Manuel. A five minute chat was enough to reach an agreement and form an association with the Live Vuvuzela platform. The system is very simple. Just go to the website and choose the event that interests you, pay the entrance fee (between ... five and seven euros) and enjoy the live show. The price is very reasonable, bearing in mind that it can be shared between several people and there is also the option of watching previous shows again on demand. "With the pandemic, we wanted to do

14:05

Local

Cancelada-Bel-Air bridge works under way

J. M. Martín

The first stone of a bridge and pedestrian walkway that will connect two areas on the outskirts of Estepona, Cancelada and Bel-Air, was laid on Tuesday. The bridge will avoid the need for residents to use the A-7 dual carriageway to move from one to

14:34

Local

Queues return between San Pedro and Puerto Banús

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

The state of alarm brought with it quiet on the area's highways. However, it wasn't to last. Last weekend, the habitual tailbacks on the A-7 between San Pedro Alcántara and Puerto Banús returned, with queues in both directions from the tunnel.

15:05

Opinion

What kind of recession?

Mark Nayler

The newly-updated statistics for Spain's GDP performance in the second quarter of this year reveal that things weren't quite as bad as some thought. According to the National Statistics Institute, the country's economy contracted by 17.8% between ... of 2020, the updated figure still means that Spain has technically entered recession - a term all-too-readily associated with the traumas of the "Great Recession" of 2007-2009 and, in Spain, of the period between 2008 and 2013. Equally technically, ... the Covid-induced recession will only end if Spain posts GDP growth (no matter how small) in the third quarter of this year, which we're just coming to the end of. Tentative comparisons between the current situation and the global recession that

16:03

Opinion

Deep freeze

Mark Nayler

It's not just Covid-19 that's stalling progress in Spain: festering rivalries between the country's two main parties are also responsible for the ongoing political freeze. The mutual animosity between the governing Socialists and the conservative ... claims to reveal the existence of a spying circle within Rajoy's government between 2013 and 2015. It's true that none of these activities - whether proven or as yet merely suspected - happened on Casado's watch. But they do suggest that if the current